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Apr 17, 2013 7:00pm PDT
expense- because of that, we have laws. you know, another pattern in societies that guides right action- in other words, if the obligation isn't enough, then we'll provide methods and punishments and rules and regulations for it. now, you know, when the speed limit was 55 miles an hour on the interstate, i never went above 55 because i instinctively have this ethical sense- but i saw a lot of people doing it. and so that's why we have the good old state police out there to reel them in, so you've got a lot of that. and you believe that- i don't lie either. anyway, a more troublesome one- obligation comes from religious community, comes from family- we're having a lot of trouble with that in our society. laws come from the power of the state usually, but also, for instance, in islam, the sharia, the islamic law that governs things. in israel, in a funny kind of twist, although it's a secular state, jewish- a religious law governs many of the aspects there. so laws are out there. the one that's more difficult is values- another kind of pattern. we hear a lot about values lately. these set
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